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Dying Husband with Lymphoma and Dementia; This may sound horrible, but I want him to die.

My husband is dying he was diagnosed at a very late stage Cd4 70s, viral load in the millions. My problem is unbeknown to me he had another wife in another state. She is negative and I am positive. This man literally did nothing to help himself in...
Bruce Dezube, M.D.

Response from Bruce Dezube, M.D.

Harvard Medical School
I am so very sorry to hear of what is happening to you, your husband, and the other wife. I hope that you are receiving some type of help (social worker, therapist, counselor, etc). It's a lot to handle.To answer your specific question, is it... Read more »

I want to die

Dear Michael,I was diagnosed with AIDS about 4 years ago but my main problem at this point is... Read more »

Dying in India.....

Hi Dr.Young,I know there is no other alternative to HAART,As I told you earler I am recently... Read more »
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U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Democratic Republic of Congo: Patients Die Before Drugs Arrive

Access to health care is a problem in the Democratic Republic of Congo, scarred by years of ethnic strife and civil war. In the western part of the country -- where fighting between Congolese forces and the Mai Mai militia forced 200,000 villagers... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Bangladeshi Children Who Lose Mothers More Likely to Die, Lancet Study Finds

Children in Bangladesh whose mothers died "had about a 24 percent chance of making it to age 10," while children with mothers had an 89 percent chance of surviving, according to a Lancet study published on Friday, the Associated Press reports. ... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

"My Own Brother Died of AIDS" Says Malawi's Muluzi at Policy Launch

While launching Malawi's first-ever and long-awaited policy on fighting AIDS, President Bakili Muluzi acknowledged that his own brother died of AIDS three years ago. Muluzi said his family agreed to make his brother's cause of death known in order... Read more »
Test Positive Aware Network

To Die For

Confronting my own mortality is the hardest thing being positive has thrown at me. Well-meaning people will say, well, any one of us can get hit by that ubiquitous bus at any time. None of us is guaranteed the next day, the next minute, the next... Read more »
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Tired of condemnation of those dying or have died

Posted by Anonymous
It has taken me five years to finally stand up to anyone who
has said or says "I should be quiet, don't cause a scene, etc."

Well, I'm no longer able to be quiet, sorry if it embarrasses my family and friends, my church, my pastor, my religion,... Read more »

The experience of a partner dying...

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
5 years ago, my partner of 9 years died of AIDS. The experience
of taking care of him through his illness changed my life. I
decided to help other gay men pass through the process of dying
from AIDS. I knew that I could help, and be there for them
wi... Read more »

My brother died from aids

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
My brother died from aids in 1993 so I want to help anyone I can. If you have hiv or aids or if your loved one does I want to talk to you. My web sites are:
WWW.LETSTALKABOUTAIDS.HOMESTEAD.COM/TALK.HTML
WWW.GEOCITIES.COM/NANNY_ANN_2000/INDEX.HTML
Hope... Read more »

Oh My God - Im dying!

Posted by Survivor, 6 Replies
Just kiddin.. Im going to be around as long as that freaky thread is in the other forum.... No comments on my thread about it please!!! But I did get that thread started now didnt I?!?

I am off to Denver again for them to plug in the heart pump and... Read more »